What’s worse about this one, the fact that it’s only two issues or the fact that it’s so bad you wish it was only one? ‘Brilliantly’ brings our two plots together as Nomi joins Ulic and his friends on Onderon to put down an uprising by a group so bold they aren’t afraid to call themselves ‘Naddists.’
The art is downright terrible. If you can look at the panel of Ulic lunging at King Ommin without bursting into hysterical laughter, I don’t know what’s wrong with you. What’s wrong with Ulic? He is apparently both cross-eyed and constipated, but then so will you be by the time you finish this story.
MOMENT YOU CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT: Cay Qel-Droma gets his arm cut off. Did you think that happened in Knights of the Old Republic? It did. Did you think it happened in The Sith War? It does. Honestly, why he keeps attaching it, I don’t know. Those Qel-Dromas never could take a hint.
*Next time, we’ll jump back into a reference book from this period. Join me next time for Tales of the Jedi: An Era of Conflict!